September 03, 2002

FBI Recruitment Problems, a...

FBI Recruitment Problems, and the Dot-Com Collapse: Doesn't anyone else see the connection there? Just tonight, we celebrated the birthday of a guy who A) knows how to build & run crazy computer/Internet databases, B) taught himself Czech good enough to translate, C) can read and speak Spanish, D) has lived in various foreign countries, and E) has been, mostly, an unemployed bum for the last several years (until last week). Oh yeah -- his Dad used to work for the U.S. government in Berlin, translating intercepted Serbo-Croat radio transmissions. Do you think he's been approached by the FBI? Granted, the drug tests may prove tricky....

Posted by at September 3, 2002 11:25 PM
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Since when does the FBI approach people to work for them? At most they do a little recruiting, and aren't even allowed on the most exclusive and expensive campuses, whatever your tax dollars might be doing there for "the good of society."

Posted by: Stan at September 4, 2002 01:56 PM

Since when does the FBI approach people to work for them? At most they do a little recruiting, and aren't even allowed on the most exclusive and expensive campuses, whatever your tax dollars might be doing there for "the good of society."

Posted by: Stan at September 4, 2002 01:56 PM
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